I feel like contemporary massively successful games such as Minecraft and Fortnite have that kind of polygonal pixelated cartoonish graphic style that have such appeal for all ages and every industry knows how profitable the kid demographic is. It will also appeal to the retro community who played VF1. Since the FGC is overcrowded with Tekken being the undisputed successful juggernaut that it is today in the 3D genre. What if SEGA decides to go backwards instead of pushing graphical technology and go to it's roots? The hardware requirements for a game that runs smoothly in many platforms as possible is a key for success. I think that a perfect mix of accessibility by being free to play and having VF1 graphics, a well planed marketability in all social media, a top notch netcode like Killer Instinct never seen before in a Japanese fighting game and the constant support from the developers there will be no way VF fails. Another example is World of Warcraft which didn't require a high end PC to be played thanks to it's art direction. SEGA doesn't need to invest in a new engine to create a new VF. Imagine an elevated VF anniversary with all the current roster and with time adding more with updates like League of Legend and Overwatch does. Create a lore and hype behind every character and gameplay mechanic.